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live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz this morning. >> good morning it's 6:00 i am kathryn hauser. >> i am chris mckinnon. thanks for joining us on this wednesday august 17th. we start with a developing story in roxbury. a young girl among three people hit crossing the street. her father hurt trying is stalking -- talking about the scare and police say it's one of the several shootings in recent days. a wall of moving in every direction. dangerous wild fire burning out of control in california forcing tens of thousands to flee. >> we will have the latest on the stories coming up and a campaign shakeup overnight. >> but first we have to kick it off with danielle niles. >> good morning to you. good morning. it's a warm start.
feel is 84 degrees. same in lawrence and 70s to low 80s for most of us. so it feels warmer because humidity is up there. 80 in boston but the dew point are running in the 70s. here's deal. less humid air will work into the region toy.clouds this morning and those are going to be on the decrease as a cold front crosses the region during the late morning and midday. and muggy start sun is up and not a bad start to mainly dry. i've seen a couple pictures of rainbows. wind gusting over 20 miles per hour. -- winds gusting over 20 miles per hour. you will notice the breeze. 83 by midday lunch hour ma-80s ride home with -- humid mid-80s for the ride home. let's get you -- mid-80s for the ride home. let's get you on the roadways. >> reporter: ramp restrictions
crash is on the ramp to kenmore square in the westbound lanes. this crash is on the ramp so you will not have any access to kenmore square. to the north we have slow downs on 93 south in andover at exits 43 and 42. and up in woburn between exit 37 and 35. all your trains are still running on time. chris and catherine to thanks very much -- kathryn. >> thanks very much. three pedestrian hit trying to cross the street. >> one of the victims is a young girl. wbz annaei on the scene with more on the actions that may have saved the little girl's life anna. >> reporter: and that horrible crash happened right here on blue hill avenue in roxbury. the street is back opened this morning. but take a look at this video showing the scene ar night. police blocked off the street with crime tape and collected evidence from a car. they say hit three pede a 40-year-old man 10-year-old daughter and 22-year-old family
police and this is the grs driv you can see front damage and partially shattered windshield. off camera a family member told us the father and daughter were caulking-- walking their friend to the bus stop when they were hit and the 40-year-old man pushed the girl out of the way likely saving her from being seriously hurt. the father suffered severe head and face injuries and the condition of the friend in the whole chair is unknown at this hospitals. the cause of the crash is under investigation and no charges have been filed. reporting live, anna meiler. >> thanks so much. breaking overnight an out of control wild fire continues to grow in southern california. more than 80,000 people have been evacuated. homes and buildings destroyed. the out of control flames threatening even more property this morning. cbs erica nochlin has latest.
tore through san bernardino county scorching land and reducing structures to rubble. fire criewx crews worked into the night to keep the blaze hom ordering residents to evacuate peedly. >> the fire is aggressive and we are seeing very erratic fire behavior get out so we can focus on working on the fire versus rescuing citizens. >> reporter: the blue cut fire ignited near interstate 15 in the cajon pass despite efforts to contain the blaze from the air and ground, the fire expanded intensity in hours. as night fell, the historic summit inn a popular diner was among structures that burned to the ground. here in the high desert town ofphelan you can see home after home charred to the foundations. laura anderson was driven from her home in the area and is unsure if it's standing. >> you can imagine terror and sadness and concern. >> reporter: the fire caused
the area's main highway was shut down. many drivers were left sweltering in the cars. water and a little food and i do nonet how long we can go -- don't know how long we can go home. >> reporter: california has been plagued by wild fires for months. firefighters are hoping lighter winds and cooler temperatures will get the fire under control. erica nochlin. donald trump the campaign brining in steven banon to be ceo of the campaign to campaign manager. ann later trump will receive his first intelligence briefing in new york. d la that he can be the right president for both the police d communities of color. riots and destruction that have milwaukee
citizens to live in security and to live. >> trump speech several days of protests following a deadly police-involved shooting in milwaukee. he accused hillary clinton of being against the police. hillary clinton pledging to tighten gun control speaking in philadelphia yesterday she said she doesn't want to abolish the second amendment but she would push for comprehensive background checks. closing loopholes and gun anyon terrorist watch list from buying guns. the house oversight committee received nbi documents related to the investigation of the private e- mail server. clointon said they should have been released to the generaa bu home. an elderly woman woke up to the sun of -- sound of nsho and found a bullet hole in her bedroom wall. wbz mi coal jacobs is -- nicole jacobs is live with us from lowell with details. >> reporter: she thought they
hears fireworks all the time. and she still wasn't afraid even when she heard it was actual bullet. in the early morning hours. >> i was sitting up and didn't know what happened. >> reporter: what ever it was woke up the 81-year-old. >> thank god i was on this side. >> reporter: a closer look reveals damage inside the home. >> it went through the hole and through the curtain and then there's a hole in the curtain over there and went straight througe >> reporter: her dog was startled but she unphased. >> and i said i was calling to report fireworks because i thought that over there were setting off fireworks all the time. >> reporter: a cowl to -- call to police brought out officers who determined a stray bullet pierced the home feet from where she was sleeping. >> i was lucky but i am not shaking or i just think it was a nut that just wanted to fire
literally her entire life here and will continue to do so she says without a concern. since early saturday morning, there has been three similar situation throughout the city. live in lowell, nicole jacobs wbz this morning. >> thanks very much. a criminal with a violenthistory is due in court accused of taking police on a chase. officers say brian lafrenie sped off in responded to a report of a threat at a supermarket in gardner e crashed and ran into the woods. police caught up with him an hour later and he faces multiple charges. he was also wanted on a probation violation in worcester for an armed robbery. 6:08 is the time. 100 boston police officers will be assigned to take part in abody camera pilot program. the globe reports the officers will find out today if they have been chosen. they were supposed volunteers but no one stepped
september 1st. massachusetts has the first confirmed human case of the west nile virus this year. the patient is a woman her 70s from middlesex and remains hospitalized. health officials say this is peak season for west nile. it's 6:09. thanks for being here. coming up on wbz this morning, new water worries as boston public -- at boston public schools. >> high levels of lead found in schools. what's being done to ec return to class. >> a crackdown at gillette stadium. the message police want you to hear before you park there. >> and the surprising safety concerns about strollers to tell you about this morning. the danger sending kids to the hospital. danielle good morning. >> good morning chris. soupy start out there this morning and warm start. we are around 80 and plenty of sunshine through at noof -- through the afternoon. it will be a beautiful start
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take a look at delta airlines showing off the new suites built on the airlines new planes and retrofitted on long haul jets. if you book the delta 1 premium suite u you will get a fullyclosing door and privacy. memory foam seats and 18 inch screen. that's a first for an in the u.s. >> sweet suites. >> yeah. play on words there. sound good. >> clever. into the leg room is key. >> that is key especially when you 6-4. >> like this guy. into let's check the forecast on this wednesday-- >> let's check the forecast on this wednesday. it's a little humid but it will be decent. >> humidity will drop through the day today. but it certainly is a soupy start and aid warm start. 80 -- it's a warm start. 80 degrees boston and same in
76 in keene. and upper 70s on cape cod. drier air is coming into western new england. dew points are dropping. places like springfield duemont and you will -- vermont and you will notice relief in the afternoon and evening hours. a cold front is crossing the wind is going to shift around out of the northwest. by the time we get to midday and that will bring in drier air after some of the showers yesterday. ur today, just despread. want to playthings showugou the out there this morning too will be on the decrease. ta longer by midday early afternoon on cape cod but turning into a bright day less humid and warm day. with the northwest wind we will push upper 80s in some places like boston back down toand new well into the 80s on cod. most of us
last night. upper 60s downtown and suburbs fall into the upper 50 toss mid 60s. you can open up the windows and let fresh 90 plus in several communities and i do think a light sea breeze kicks in at the coastline so we will be in the upper 80s to near 90. a little wind kicking in off the ocean tomorrow. humidity relatively low. in terms of thunderstorm threat it's isolated. a little green showing up on the map but not a big deal. there may be one or two storms at friday beautiful end to the week with sun and clouds a few thunderstorms but notice the focus. connecticut maybe south central worcester county northern rhode island and mainly dry end to the week. tropical depression 6 formed way out in e atlantic. but 775 miles southwest of the cape verde eyehand. 35-mile-per-hour wind right now. not all that impressive but this tropical depression is likely to become tropical storm
heading into the upcoming weekend and way out in the atlantic at that point. speaking of the weekend, look at this, upper 80s. what a sweet summer weekend. 89 on saturday with plenty of sunshine turns muggy and upper 80s on sunday and cool are along the south coast. and-- cooler along the south coast. nothing to cancel plans over orange arrows on the route 3 southbound lanes in lowell approaching 128. traffic is heavy on 93 south in andover starting before 495. and we have some more slow and go traffic when you hit woburn the to the south from brockton time. traffic is slow from exit 17 to 128. your drive time is about 20 minutes this morning. chris back to you. >> thanks very much. the u.s. department of education is starting an
college programs including a manufacturing degree offered by general electric at northeastern university in boston. until now federal aid couldn't be offered for programs in which at least half of the instruction came from outside a school. 6:17. new concerns over water safety in boston schools. 7 mer skoals tested positive for high levels of lead -- schools have tested positive for high levels of lead. bottlete few weeks. for a full list of the schools affected check out cbsboston.com. upgraded version of the mcas exam is come for 3 through 8. students will begin taking the new version of the test in the spring. the exam will be computer based with a pencil and paper alternative. 10th frayeders will take the current -- graders will continue to tame the current test and the -- take the current test and the goal is to have all students take the new version by 2019.
someone in their son's car around 1 a.m. on sunday in and she called police as her husband and son went to confront the suspect. >> that's where we caught him right in the driveway over there and he goes he says to me, what are you going to do in you going beat me up or arrest me? am i going get arrested? i go both if you try to move. >> the suspect is 22-year-old dana durfee. he didn't fight ba over the license. quincy police are warning people not to confront someone committing a crime and call 911 instead. a warning if you plan on driving to gillette stadium. police are cracking down on people who abuse handicap spots. foxborough police are taking extra attention to those vehicles parked in handicapped spots to make sure occupants have a disabled and are not just using a relative's
of stadium officials. on the "healthwatch" this morning a p pill that helps doctors keep a close eye on the patients even from miles away. children's health in dallas is the first hospital in the the country to use so-called smart pills in kids. the pills include a sensor that transmits data to a patch and to doctors nurses and parents. are injured in stroller and baby carrier acnt or carrier or if it is tipped over. many have to be treated for bumps and bruises but a growing number are being treated for concussions as well. if you've been over in the fence you have noticed something. there are red and white checkers on one side and poles out of the top. we checked and found out that this is part of a temporary art
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ride off for now all rides are crows closed until they can figure out what happened. a big anniversary for the sports hub toucher and rich show celebrating 10 years on the air at wilbur theater in boston. dan roche was a big part of it. rochie and scott zolak were the finalist and here's a sample. >> get ready zo because you are going down in 98 mile i will take the crown when you qb you will always be a backup to rochie. >> epic ending -- epic ending. he did a celebration dance and he was crowned the king. congrats. >> rochie waking up happy. a huge upset at the rio olympics. three time gold medalist kerri walsh jennings suffered the first olympic loss ever she and
night. and the pair will play for the bronze tomorrow. simone biles adding to the gold medal haul winning the exercise final winning the 4th. aly raisman got silver. she is now the second most decorated gymnast in u.s. history behind only shannon miller. and she is not ruling out a run at the 2020 games in tokyo. her parents will talk about her success on cbs this morningtoday. on the man's american leyva took home the second in the high bar and parallel bars he was an alternate and added to the team just a month ago. and history on the track jennifer simpson became the first american woman to win an olympic medal in the 1500 meter race and took home the bronze. so let's look at medal count this morning. u.s. still with the commanding lead. we have 84 medals overall including 28 gold and china is in second with great britain
a breakthrough if you love to travel. scientists at stan food believe they have a cure for jet lag. the night before a flight study participants were subjected to short flashes of white light while they slept. that's advanced the internal clock by an average of two hours. now they are working to develop a mask that would do the same thing outside the lab. chris is flashing his. >> white light at you. >> from your phone. we have been been doing along. >> man. it's 6:26. lots more coming up in the next half-hour including the primary win for a politically active family. >> and donald trump announcing a shake up to his campaign. >> and coming up a push to keep airline cans layings and delays to a minimum. massachusetts senator digging into the history of more than a
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old's life. >> donald trump shaking up his campaign. who he is adding to the top of the team. >> and mistake aaron hernandez's new attorney made in court as a judge seat trial date in the double murder case. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. it's sticky but it's going to change. >> it will feel much more 80 degrees right now. dew point in the at w index in it's 6:30 in the morning so it's warm start. 80 in manchester and lawrence. mid to upper 70s for the rest of us. we have scattered clouds and there's partial sunshine as well. any of the clouds that are in place will be on the decrease as we head throughout the
the next hour or so. and back up to 83 by lunchtime. the wind gusting over miles per hour. it's going to shift to the west northwest and the northwest later today and that's a drier wind direction drawing in less humid air. plenty of sunshine mid-8 0s and storm free day. let's check in on the commute in. >> reporter: northbound lanes are at a that is live look by crumb whyia road you are stop and go from furnace brook parkway to exit 15 and it will take 20 minutes from that stretch al24 north in brockton to 128 is 15 minutes and taking the t or orange line,they run on minor delays due to track work. >> thanks so much. developing news in roxbury. three pedestrians hit while crossing a street. >> and one of the victims was young girl.
the actions thhave save the little girl's life anna. >> reporter: and chris the three people were taken to the hospital after they were hit right here on blue hill avenue in roxbury. look at this video showing the scene around 8:30 last night. police blocked off the road with crime tape and collected evidence from a car they say hit 3 people a40-year-old man his 10-year-old daughter their 22-year-old family friend who is in a wheelchair. the driver did stop and talk to police. ths he was driving. you can front end damage and partially shattered windshield. off camera the family member safayser and daughter were walking their friend to the bus stop at the time they were hit and the 40-year-old man pushed the girl out of the way likely saving her from being seriously hurt. that father suffered severe head and face injuries. the condition of the friend in the wheelchair at this time is unknown. all three people were taken to the area hospitals and the
and at this time no charges have been filed. reporting live in roxbury anna meiler wbz this morning. >> thanks very much for the update. everettt police officer is on unpaid leave accused of assaulting his pregnant wife. she says he hit her in the face and kicked her in the stomach ansunday. he's 3 year veteran of the everettt police force and faces assault and other charges. breaking overnight a bigger in southern california, the so-called blue cut fire which broke out yesterday morning has quickly spread to 28 square miles. more than 82,000 people have been forced to flee the homes. california's governor declared a state of emergency at least a dozen structures have been destroyed. and part of an interstate is shut down. and from fire to floods. parts of louisiana under a curfew after reports of 11eople
damaged in the worst flooding in state history. the water is still rising in downstream areas. taylor swift is donating a million dollars to flood relief and is encorninging anyone who can help to do -- encouraging anyone who can help to do so. a shakeup in 2016. donald trump is changing up the campaign team taking on steven banon to be ceo and promoting kelly ann conway to campaign manager. his campaign manafort will maintain his role. hena daniels has the latest on reporter: donald trump will receive the first classified intelligence briefing in new york later today. last night, in wisconsin, the gop nominee focused on law enforcement and race relations. accusing hillary clinton of bigotry and pandering to communities of color. >> those pedaling the narrative
society a narrative supported with a nod by my opponent shareddirectly in the responsibility for the unrest in milwaukee and many other places within our country. >> reporter: despite rising poll numbers in several key battleground states, hillary clinton e-mail scandal continues to cast a shadow over her campaign. yesterday, the state department agreed to hand over undisclosed e-mails on her private hours after congress received fbi documents related to the investigation. clinton didn't comment on the move campaign says they prefer the report to be released to the public and not partisan lawmakers. hena daniels cbs news. new overnight, liz cheney wins wyoming republican primary for the job her father once held. the daughter of former vice president dick cheney is the republican candidate for u.s.
in november. he served five terms representing wyoming in the u.s. house before becoming vice president. liz cheney loss a bid for senate in 2014. curt schilling says he is willing to run for senate against elizabeth warren if his wife signs off on the idea. he has been a focal supporter of donald trump and wants to be one of the people responsible for taking warren out of politics. schilling considered a senate run in 2009 but endorsed bullet in her own home. she woke up to the sound of gunshots then found a bullet hole in the bedroom wall and she is no one. wbz nicole jake oobs is live in lowell with details -- jacobs is live in lowel will the detales. >> reporter: -- lowell wi >> reporter: she said she didn't know what happens but initially thought it was fireworks which she hears all the time she was not afraid even when police said it was a bullet.
here in lowell who was asleep when she heard the soundsand again she initially thought it was fireworks monday mornin cal and they arrived and determined a bullet went woman's bedroom window. it was just feet from where she was sleeping. >> i was very lucky but i am not shake and i just think it was some nut that just wanted to fire a shot off. >> reporter: so the since monday morning, they have had three similar instance of bullets hitting home throughout the city. we are live in lowell nicole jacobs wbz this morning. >> thanks so much. the jogger murdered near her mother's princeton home has been laid to rest. hundreds of mourners packed a leominster church to have say bye to 27-year-old viewnessa marcotte who was killed august 7 her body found in the woods
of tips but there's been no arrests. >> the lowly place when you lost someone as it is i can't imagine what they are going through. >> somebody knows something out there. that's key that's all the amoun attacked by maable to scratch and claw's the him enough whoa have visible injuries. if you have any information to help investigators in the case you are asked to call and nonmoist. aaron her -- anonymous. aaron hernandez was in yesterday and new lawyer had ti right. >> after new jose baez on behalf of aaron rodriguez. um. >> pardon me a correction your honor my mind is employed my
rodriguez. >> that celebrity attorney jose baez the judge decided on a february trial day so he could have more time to catch up on the case. weared markey is one -- case edward marquee is one of two lawmakers concerned about the safeguards in place to protect airlines i.t. systems from cyber attacks and power outages. the lawmakers say this was prompted by the recent problems at delta and southwest that resulted in major cancellati they sent letters to 13 major airlines asking for more details about any problems over the past five years. there's something new for nursing moms at manchester airport a private nursing suite offering private sis to pump or feed body. security near gate 6. it's a female owned company based in burlington
including arming misofficer with body camera. >> the next mobba no one volume unteed for the pilot ntred for program. >> stars take off capes and putting smiles on the faces of young kids. ifmorninyou are thinking about heading to the beach, it's it canny start and clou around, but increasing sunshine . i will let you know how long it will take to come in. stay with us. you are watching wbz this
four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools.
>> i know so nice to see they do that. >> it's wint windy out there. over -- windy out there. over 20 miles per hour. the wind will stick with us today but notice the direction out of the southwest right now. that wind is going to shift to the northwest as cold front comes in by late morning and midday bringing in the drier air. aid warm start out there. 80 in manchester. same in lawrence and beverly and we are 80 in boston too. upper 70s from bedford to taunton and worcesterrality 74. 75 to 80 but dew point is up there. it's sticky. cut humidity with a knife. but look at the west. dew points dropping into the 60s in western new anlower bag yonadand as the wind shifts this tiont's and will drag in the drier air and bring us less humidity through the course of the afternoon. i had some of the showers and thunderstorms yesterday and those are long gone and a brief sprinkle earlier this morning. now it's a few scattered clouds out there. but a quiet start to the day.
morning and midday on the decrease by midday the sun of s takes longer for cape and islands to clear out but a beautiful bright sunny day. gusty breeze and temperatures warming up into the mid to upper 80s even. no sea breeze kicking in and the coastline will be some of the warmest spots today. low 80s in nashua. upper 70s to low 80s from keen tow jaffrey. 85 in norwood. 86 plymouth and many well into the 80s c we bump it up. 90 humidity still relatively low dew point in the 60s sun and clouds and i can't rule out an isolated storm but it would be just that in fact look at the map. aside from maybe a storm or two through the interior, most of tomorrow is dry and friday we start with sun and clouds and nice end to the week and few more storms fire up and noticethey are focused through connecticut and maybe one or two coming into southern massachusetts and southern worcester northern rhode island but that threat is minimal to enweek on friday too.
you like the summertime heat and relatively low humidity weekend temperatures running in the the mid to upper 80s. a little muggy on saturday. near 80 at the south coast on sunday. and there could be a isolated storm this weekend g to cancel plans over. we are mainly dry monday brings scattered showers and thunderstorms so that's the next chance of any widespread wet weather and cools us off a bit. sunshine around 80 on tuesday. traffic and weather together brianna. >> reporter: the forecast is >> reporter: the forecast is good but the not so much. from exit 8 all the way to exit 15 at columbia you are bumper to bummer. 20 minutes to get through the stretch alone -- bumper to bumper. 20 minute to get through the h about has been cleared orange fihburg and lowell commuter
father's actions likely saved the life of his daughter after a bad accident in roxbury. >> a 40 yearly man and ---year-old man and family friend and 10-year-old daughter were kit by a car on blue hill avenue a family tells wbz father rl o of the way and that dad suffered severe head and facial injuries. all three were taken to the hospital. the driver did stop and so far no charges have been infi with history is due officers say brian lafrenie sped off when they responded to reports of a threat at a supermarket in gardner e crashed and ran -- he crashed and ran into thw facing multipl charges. a hundred boston police officers will be assigned to a body camera pilot program. the globe reports they will find out today if they have been chosen. the assignments come after no officers volunteered for the program. it will start september 1. 82,000 people have been
moving wild fire northeast of los angeles spreads out of control. it started yesterday morning and is moving quickly in every direction right now. it's grown to 28 square miles. there's another shake up in donald trump's presidential campaign. trump is bringing in an executive from bright bart news to be a campaign ceo and promoting a poster to campaign manager. the campaign chairman had keep the title the new team as. video spreading on line shows a officer pinning a young woman against the cruiser it is now under investigation by the washington, d.c. police department. you can see the woman's feet dangling in the air. police won't say what sparked this. but the woman was never waeven go. still to come otr injuryfor the red sox. >> and mookie anher big night for mookie betts. >> and massachusetts athlete
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. the red sox finish the series witonight and are hoping to extend the go6.the start for x last hitles pitch in leaves with tightness his left hamstring. mookie betts came through big again. it was scoreless at the top of the 5th and the 3-run home run to left and it adds another two run shot in 8th. sox win 5-#. the -- 5-3. yankees didn't do sox a favor toronto sits on top of the al east with sox and o's one game back. >> no sign of gronk at patriots training camp yesterday. he left practice on tuesday with what the team is calling minor injury. yesterday center s out for figh what comes one day after malcolm butler got the boot after another fight.
tomorrow night watch it wbz starting with all access at 7:30 kick off at 8 followed by the 5th quarter post game show. a local olympian with a show of sportsmanship stopped to help a competitor after a hard fall on the track. abby deas toono complieded with nikki hamblin. i stead of going back to the race she stopped and encouraged hamblin tofi moments later deas toono fell but hamblin helped her up. the two finished the race and if they are healthy enough they can compete in the 5,000 meter final on friday. >> true sportsmanship. >> one of the best moments so far i think at the olympics. that's kind of what it's all about. >> so nice. 6:53. time for a look at what he coming up on cbs this morning. >> let's check in with gayle
in southern california at the scene of a growing wild fire that destroyed neighborhoods and the reaction of aly raisman's parents who have almost become as famous as their daughter because of the moves in the stands. what goes through the minds of the needham residents during the medal winning routines and amy schumer is in studio 57. the news is back in the
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nashua new hampshire police officer encorninging a future officer. he was at scene of a fire when he meat caleb let the boy get in the cruiser turn on the siren and try out the handcuffs. >> oh. >> the nice moment. >> caleb's y >> yeah beach day i was going to say it was so soupry this morning but -- soupy this morning but humidity will go down and turns into a nice afternoon. temperatures 85 to 90. an isolated storm tomorrow. awesome summer weekend and the next chance of thunderstorms comes in on monday. >> sound good. >> we have news to share. >> yeah bitter sweet day at wbz this morning. >> kathryn's last day and it's been a joy to work with you since the second you stepped in the building.
>> great coanchor and better friend right here. >> thanks so much we are moving back closer with family and you know family first always and it's been an honor to wake up with the viewers at home every morning and working with you. calling you coworkers and even better friends. >> we have had good laughs looking back at i ugh every da crew. >> turn your phone on silence because i will text you tomorrow at 3 a.m. >> i will call you with the wakeup call. cbs this morning is next on
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